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Hmong Village in St. Paul makes no apologies: Your English will be of only limited use. Even getting into the building is a challenge; it has cryptic entrances labeled with letters, all of which drop you seemingly at random into a steel and concrete labyrinth.
But there are a number of surprises hiding among the eateries, and the sheer number of restaurants in such a confined space makes the Hmong Village food court a real if figurative trip. That said, when we arrived at 6pm, a couple restaurants were already shut down no pig uteri for us, alasand some of the restaurants stayed open until almost 8.
Another vendor exhorted us to come on the weekend, when the place was stuffed wall-to-wall with people and we would feel like we were truly in another country.
To our mind, even on a Wednesday night: The mango passionfruit boba tea from Blueberry was the one item we ordered twice, owing to its bright fruit kick, great balance between tart and sweet, and overall unassailable deliciousness.
Its food does, too, based on its vegetarian Pad See Ew, made as you order with Chinese broccoli, eggs, and delectably wide, hearty noodles. This is disputable, and for Minnesota standards, a flat-out untruth. Hot, yes, but the burst of flavors from loads of sweet shaved papaya, garlic, and Thai eggplant still emerged.
Reminiscent of an Italian pizzella, and almost exactly like a Norwegian rosette cookie. The fried rice was decent but forgettable. Though the strong flavors provided a nice balance to the sticky texture, the visceral presentation of bone and chewy skin enrobed in the cold, seasoned gelatin leaching from the feet may prove too adventurous for the average Western palate.
A steaming plate of chicken wings loaded with scallions and hot chili oil, the dish sparkles with contrast — from the crispy deposits of sweet-spicy glaze to the moist, juicy meat underneath.
We were sold on the first bite — despite many dishes to taste in one sitting, no wing was left uneaten. Yes, the bowl of pho is huge, like bowls of pho all over the city.
And it contains more sources of protein than your tiny brain can accurately assess. From one order, we pulled pieces of beef, fish cakes, shrimp, meatballs, and tripe. The rubber-band texture was its undoing. But tripe aside, the other elements of this dish are, as a whole, delightful.
Garnished properly with judicious scoops of chili paste, MSG, lime juice, and peanutsthe flavor explodes.
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When you come to Hmong Village and dine at one or more of its 17 similar food court stall-style restaurants, get ready to: a) Pay cash b) Visit some restaurants that only identify their dishes by number.